Sasha Radunovich's jersey was ripped after a melee with Indiana State players during a 1989 game in Terre Haute. Radunovich, WSU’s John Cooper and seven Indiana State players were ejected.
Sasha Radunovich's jersey was ripped after a melee with Indiana State players during a 1989 game in Terre Haute. Radunovich, WSU’s John Cooper and seven Indiana State players were ejected. The Wichita Eagle File photo
Sasha Radunovich's jersey was ripped after a melee with Indiana State players during a 1989 game in Terre Haute. Radunovich, WSU’s John Cooper and seven Indiana State players were ejected. The Wichita Eagle File photo

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